The pioneers keep on showing up.
It might not be a covered wagon, but they don’t stop.
It might be I-5, but they’ve still got the spirit.
A FARMER’S DREAM
Why would mid-western farm families pack up and walk 2000 miles beside their painted wagons?
Of all the reasons for them hitting the Oregon Trail, one stands above the rest.
They didn’t come for the fur industry. It wasn’t the fishing or logging opportunities, either.
Farmer Bob and his family joined the western migration to farm new land; they came for the dirt. Now Oregon has its own official state brand.
Before you ask why designate dirt, keep in mind Oregon isn’t the first, or only, state doing it. Twenty others have official state soil.